Revitalize and realign with us through nurturing yoga, meditation and Mayan mysticism on this 4 day rest and regroup retreat in the magical ancient and romantic city of Antigua Guatemala. This UNESCO Spanish settled colonial town with cobble stone streets, volcano views and lush surrounds invoke a space to rejuvenate and rebalance with an explorative journey into self awareness, through the guidance of ancient and modern wisdom.
Expanding our consciousness by blending yoga, meditation, Kundalini, breath, conscious movement and Mayan purification rituals, this will be a time of observance and self care, cultivating new foundations for deep inner transformation. We will address all aspects of mind, physical body and soul whilst anchoring your experience to renewal through practice, nourishing food, luxury accommodations and union ship through open-hearted group connection and loving facilitators.
Our intention is that these 4 days will leave you feeling nurtured, supported, empowered, expansive and full of love.
|Day 1:||Arrive into Guatemala, and check into our incredible 15th century restored mansion, Palacio Dona Leonor. We will join together in the afternoon on site in the lush gardens for a traditional Mayan Fire ceremony with a local Shaman to open the space and set the intentions of our retreat together. Afterwards, a welcome dinner awaits in the famous and restored monastery ruins of Casa Santo Domingo.||Antigua|
|Day 2:||The morning will begin with specific mediation, yoga and complimentary practices followed by a mindful and nutritious breakfast all on site. Mid-morning we will embark on a walking tour of Antiguas ruins and cultural points of interest with a local guide to show you all the secrets along these cobblestone streets and colorful walls. From here, we will have lunch and free time in the afternoon to explore the market, book in a SPA treatment or another optional activity such as a Jade workshop or Indigo dying with local artisans. The central location of our accommodation allows for easy wandering. We will come together in the early evening for our mindful practice, followed by a shared dinner at our palace.||Antigua|
|Day 3:||We will wake to a morning filled with meditation, yoga and our other practices, once again followed by a mindful nutritious breakfast at our magical and lush house hotel. Going within, we will be collected and transported to an incredible location that sits just above Antigua, with sweeping views of the local surrounds and the 3 volcanos. Our local shaman will meet us in the garden where our traditional Mayan Temazcal (sauna cleansing) ritual will begin, using herbs and plants from this incredible property. After this ceremony, we can relax and share lunch together, before making our way back to Antigua for an afternoon of free time. Once again we will come together for our evening practices to solidify all that has been absorbed these last few days. As this is our last evening together we will share dinner at a local restaurant in celebration of our learnings and time together.||Antigua|
|Day 4:||We will share our final morning together with our yoga and complimentary practices, followed by our last nutrition breakfast at our accommodation. Checkout and airport departures will follow according to individual schdules.|
US$745pp twin share, single supplement available
“This type of retreat creates a shift that makes the return to routine easier and improves on your work-life balance. It has a longer-term effect than just a typical vacation away.”
“I loved how quickly a group of strangers bonded and connected on a deep level”
“The bliss state which I reached after my massage at the lake was one of the most wonderous and unusual things I’ve ever experienced!”
“This retreat remains, currently, the culmination of a shift that had, been happening for some time, but really accelerated there due to all the wonderful experiences that you so thoughtfully prepared (hours of yoga and meditation every day, mindful and healthy eating, detoxifying breathing exercises, the Osho exercises and transportive nature of trip)”